Curve-fit hyperbolic function in Excel?

Dietmar Tietz Dietmar.Tietz at agrar.uni-giessen.de
Wed Sep 14 05:39:36 EST 1994


On Tue, 13 Sep 1994, Lawrence P. Casson wrote:

> Is anyone aware of a macro or plugin for Excel that will fit data points
> to a hyperbolic function (ie. y=A*x/(1+B*x) )?  If necessary, I'll attempt
> one myself, but if one is available, so much the better.  I'm attempting
> to plot flourescence quenching data and to estimate Q-max.  I figure that
> anything that can be implemented in Excel can be used by everyone in my
> lab.
> 
> Thanks,
> Larry
> 
> lpcasson at phoenix.princeton.edu
> 
> -- 
> Lawrence P. Casson
> lpcasson at phoenix.princeton.edu
> 
> 
> 
If Excel won't do, you may try MacCurveFit 1.0.7.  It is shareware and 
available on gopher, use Veronica to search for it.  MacCurveFit
allows you to specify your own function.

Best regards,

Dietmar Tietz


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